October 19, 2009 — Actress Annette Bening has canceled her upcoming appearance at the Virginia Film Festival due to unavoidable schedule conflicts, festival officials announced today.
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October 14, 2009 — The University of Virginia Dance Program and Department of Drama will present "Explorations: An Experimental Dance
October 07, 2009
SPECIAL NOTE: Annette Bening has cancelled her appearance at this year's Virginia Film Festival.
September 21, 2009
September 21, 2009 – A quiet Georgia fishing lodge sets the scene for self-discovery, mistaken identities, classic Shakespearean farce and a battle of good versus evil in Larry Shue's acclaimed comedy "The Foreigner," which opens the University of Virginia
September 03, 2009
September 3, 2009 — The University of Virginia Department of Drama will look at identity from many angles in a 2009-10 season that spans centuries and genres.
July 31, 2009
July 31, 2009 — The Virginia Film Festival returns to Charlottesville in November with a new theme, a new director and an invitation for filmmakers to be part of the action.
July 21, 2009
July 21, 2009 – Heritage Theatre Festival will close its summer season with the irreverent comedy "Red, White and Tuna."
July 16, 2009
July 16, 2009 — Heritage Theatre Festival will end its 2009 season with one of the most unconventional musical love stories ever to jump off the streets of Skid Row.
July 14, 2009
On Golden Pond,' Beloved, Bittersweet Story of a Family's Memorable Maine Summer, On Stage at Heritage
July 14, 2009 — One of the most memorable curmudgeons in film and theater history will make his way to the Culbreth Theatre when the Heritage Theatre Festival season continues with "On Golden Pond," which opens Thursday.
July 08, 2009
July 8, 2009 — Imagine you are the producer of the biggest movie in Hollywood history and it is stalled in production. It is the late 1930s and the script for your film, "Gone with the Wind," is a total disaster. Every day of shooting you miss costs you $50,000. What's a movie mogul to do?